|Beth at Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge|
The area around Jonathan Dickinson State Park has lots of other interesting natural attractions, not to mention the shopping and restaurants in surrounding Tequesta, Jupiter and Juno Beach.
A new spot, to us, was the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge. We've traversed the intracoastal waterway (ICW) through the beautiful waters of Hobe Sound on multiple occasions and now know how to access it from land. This area has beautiful estates, many of which only reveal gates and hedges from the road. Two different areas of Hobe Sound NWR allow access to the atlantic beach and to the ICW. Helpful volunteers at the visitor center are happy to talk about the natural areas and how to access them. A small aquarium and other exhibits are free to examine before walking the short trails down to the water.
|Hobe Sound looking South from NWR|
|Hobe Sound looking North|
|The Atlantic on a Windy Day|
|The Dive Bar|
|Marina at the Dive Bar|
|Beth, Noah and Me at the Dive Bar - Photo by Jen|
|Jupiter Lighthouse from Jetty's Restaurant|
|Beth and a Chicee at Riverbend Park|
|Riverbend Park Bicycle Trail|
|Bent Palm at Riverbend Park|
|Pond at Riverbend Park|
|svIntuition with Bicycles Ready at Camp Murphy|